MyVisa Lawyers

At MyVisa® we run difficult immigration applications & appeals and we have an excellent track record of training future Immigration law superstars.

Casework includes:

Mamatta v Minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs [2023] FCA 1077

Mamatta v Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs [2022] FCA 637

Ali v Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs [2021] FCA 1311, a case that has significantly impacted any student seeking a 485 graduate visa.

Nilesh Nandan is the principal of MyVisa®, Australia’s leading immigration law firm. A member of the Migration Advisory Group, he's advised government on migration advice industry reform. He is a seasoned practitioner who is excited about the cessation of MARA's regulation of lawyers and the opportunities this brings. Over the past 24 years, Nilesh has mentored over 65 junior immigration law practitioners.

For more information about us, see myvisa.com.au/about

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19 Feb, 2024
Full time Part time
MyVisa Lawyers Sydney NSW, Australia
About the role MyVisa® invites applications for the 2024 Summer PLT Program that will be offered in-person full-time at our Sydney Pitt Street offices. The program start date is 11 March 2023 for 60 working days, with the opportunity for the right candidate(s) to continue for a total of 75 days.  This program is an unpaid vocational placement opportunity that is typically suitable for law students undertaking the Practical Legal Training (‘PLT’) component for admission. Stage 1 - Learn about File Construction, Workflow Management & How to Draft Better Communications Including Submission Writing. Stage 2 - How to Draft Visa Applications, AAT Review Applications & File Federal Court Proceedings For Judicial Review of Immigration Decisions of the AAT. Stage 3 - How to Prepare Invoices, Collect Fees Due, Cease Acting for Delinquent Clients, Draft Submissions for Revocation of Mandatory Visa Cancellations Under Section 501 of the Migration Act 1958....
Expiration Date:
20 Mar, 2024